France Travel Planner by Tom Brosnahan & Jane Fisher   Nightclubs in Paris, France
It seems as though Paris invented nightlife, from cafés to cabarets to nightclub revues. So...do your own research! What better place?

 


 

 

 

The heyday of the great Paris supper club revues was before World War II, before cable TV and surround sound movies.

Shows are still staged here, and they are still spectacular, but they are also somewhat self-conscious, and relatively expensive. Still, if you enjoy stage spectacle, you're in the right place to enjoy it.

You've heard of the Lido, Folies Bergère, and Moulin Rouge, with their grand music, colorful costumes, variety acts, comedians, and tittilating nudity. Here they are:

Le Lido, 116 bis Avenue des Champs-Élysées (Métro: George V).

Le Folies Bergère, 32 Rue Richer (Métro: Rue Montmartre or Cadet).

Le Crazy Horse Paris, 12 Avenue George V (Métro: George V or Alma Marceau).

Le Moulin Rouge, Place Blanche, Montmartre (Métro: Blanche).


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Moulin Rouge nightclub, Paris, France

The Bal du Moulin Rouge, Pigalle.

     
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